OnePlus has been busy issuing updates for the OnePlus 5, but they’ve finally gotten around to releasing a new open beta for OxygenOS on the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. The download was posted to the OnePlus forums a few days ago and contains a number of new features designed to help improve the System UI.
Some of the new changes include the addition of a battery level indicator in the lift up display UI and the ability to block notifications from apps that are placed on your App Lock list. The default screen calibration of the device has been changed to sRGB standard, which should make colors on the display more accurate.
Another big feature is the ability to set an irregular alarm schedule by tapping the 3 dot menu to the right of repeat once the alarm time is set up. That’s great for folks who may have a schedule that changes day to day.
Both phones have been updated to the August level security patches and OnePlus notes that the flashlight may not work immediately after installing the update. A quick restart once the update is complete will get it back to normal, however. If you’re interested in checking out the new open beta on your OnePlus 3/3T, head on over to the OnePlus forums to download it.